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Reviewed 25 June 2017

A nice site. Arranged in a circle of 9 pitches, every pitch gives good views. Pitches are hard standing and each has a water tap and an electric plug. Some are longer and enable you to park in front of your van, other you need to park either on the circle track, or if there's an empty pitch (like next to us) we parked out cars on there instead.
The entrance gate is locked with a combination lock, allowing access 24hrs.
The owner, Mervyn, is very friendly and came over to chat to us as we were sat outside having a brew.
The site has a waste point, bins and washing up sink.
The only possible downside I could have was there are only 1 male and female rooms in the ablutions. This didn't affect us on our visit as there was only 3 vans on site at the time, but may cause problems when full. Each room contains a shower, sink and toilet. The showers only work on the old £1 coins or 20p's and you get 1 min/20p. The showers are powerful and the water is hot straight away, no waiting around for it to warm up and waste your money.
Taxi to Church Stretton cost us £8 for a night out.
I'd highly recommend this nice little site to anyone. There's no traffic sounds, only countryside sounds (like sheep etc) and it's so nice to sit out at any time of day and look at the scenery with a brew.

Date of stay: June 2017
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank Scott R
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Reviewed 9 May 2017

My partner and I enjoyed our first stay on this site over a fabulously sunny and warm long weekend (three nights) at the beginning of May 2017. I have been a member of both national clubs for over 25 years and rarely has a site exceeded my expectations like this one did. It is small and immaculately presented, offering well manicured hard standing pitches for up to 9 vans and a small number of tents. Each spacious hard standing has its own water and electricity supply, and the shower/toilet facilities are spotless and well heated.

The location offers spectacular views and is a restful oasis for those not wanting to do much other than chill out by their caravan or tent. However, less than 10 minutes away in a car is the Long Mynd which offers fantastic well signposted walking opportunities for the more active. A little further by car allows easy access to the 'must see' towns of Ludlow and Much Wenlock with an abundance of restaurants, shops and character filled pubs.

The site owner, Mervyn, is one of the nicest people you will ever meet and genuinely cares about looking after his 'customers'. We were warmly welcomed and even had to chase Mervyn to pay him ... how often does that ever happen!! In short, we can't recommend this caravan and camping site highly enough ... a hidden gem in a most beautiful location. By the way, when you do go you must try the 15th Century Royal Oak pub in Cardington which is 2 miles away and is in the current Good Beer Guide for a reason!

Date of stay: May 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank Paul D
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Reviewed 24 April 2017

My wife and I stayed for 10 days at Easter. It was brilliant. We never realised that Shropshire was so beautiful with stunning scenery and great walking. The site is clean, well maintained and Merv the owner was very helpful and a pleasant chap too! Lovely quiet site,away from it all, but still near enough to get a good pint!!

Date of stay: April 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
3  Thank coachman444
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Reviewed 3 March 2017 via mobile

My family and I stayed on the lovely site for 3 nights in February. We were greeted on arrival by the owner which always gives a great start. The campsite was spotless - hard to achieve in wintry Feb but it is clean tidy and very well maintained . Quiet and peaceful with stunning views, lots of great walks in this area and easy reach of local towns just a few minutes drive away. We had a lovely stay and will certainly recommend it to people and will be returning ourselves.

Date of stay: February 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank SimonH436
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Reviewed 30 January 2017

Very warm welcome, very quiet superbly maintained site, taking limited (?9) number of vans. Good hardstandings, each with own water and hook up. Toilet / shower unit consists of one male and one female room each containing toilet, basin and shower. Beautifuly warm and clean units. Easily accessed chemicl disposal.
Only very slight criticism - showers operate by coin, £1 or 20p coins. 20p gives 1 minute but that is timing whether you run the water or not. Might be fairer if it was 20p water running time. However, not really a problem and water is very hot.
Excellent area for walking cycling and we look forward to re visits.

Date of stay: January 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Chris H
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